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The Cure for Summer Boredom

Alex Gaudette, Reporter

June 2, 2015

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School is just about over, people always get bored during the summer. Finding something to do is not always the easiest thing to do. So if you have a few days off from your job or just are not doing anything you can try some of...

The Taste of Tea

Dakota Metayer, Reporter

June 2, 2015

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What is the best way to get a morning started? Many people will say that the best way to start a day off is with a nice warm cup of tea, or even a nice ice cold cup of tea will do for those hot summer mornings. Now the question...

The Emporium: Wonderful Local Gifts

Dakota Metayer, Reporter

June 2, 2015

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Have you even had to get a gift for someone but have no clue what to get, then you think lets just go to a store all the way in Burlington or all the way in Berlin. Well why drive all the way to one of those places when you can...

Ms. Bonnie Westwater Retires

Kianna Haskin, Student Editor-in-Chief

June 2, 2015

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Born in Boston, Massachusetts, into a world of foreign language, Bonnie Westwater began her journey and her love for language at a very young age. Westwater lived in Spain until she was eight. She started her teach career in...

A New Ride

A New Ride

June 1, 2015

Mr. Steve Willis Retiring

Kianna Haskin, Student Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2015

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"I will be now twice retired," said Steve Willis. Before Harwood Willis worked for the International Red Cross. Willis traveled and worked in former Soviet Union, Republics of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and he had a mission...

Mr. John Kerrigan Retiring

Kianna Haskin, Student Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2015

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In 1965 Harwood Union was founded, which followed the first body of teachers to ever walk the halls. This is where John Kerrigan came into the picture in 1977. “I am the last remaining teacher that taught with the original staff,”...

College: A Reasonable Choice or Economical Disaster?

Derrick Marino, Reporter

June 1, 2015

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No matter who you are, you can’t argue with all of the benefits that come with going to college and succeeding. It is easier to land yourself in the middle class with a college education, but there is always those two words...

All-school Dialogue

All-school Dialogue

April 18, 2015

MLB Week One

MLB Week One

April 18, 2015

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